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NAFI Foundation Supports National Intercollegiate Flying Association Event

KALAMAZOO, MI  (July 03, 2014) The National Association of Flight Instructors Education Foundation sponsored the SCAN Event at the National Intercollegiate Flying Association's Annual SAFECON competition hosted by The Ohio State University.

The NAFI Foundation is proud to support excellence in education and would like to congratulate all the young people who competed at such a high level.
Featured in the photo:

Back Row (L to R): Greg Weseman- NIFA Judge; 4th Prescott Deane (S.I.U.); 5th Elizabeth Bates (Western Michigan); Carl Fry (NAFI/NAFI Foundation)

Front Row (L th R): 3rd James Zorn (CO Northwestern); 2nd Kyle Thannisch (ERAU-Prescott); 1st Alex Johnson (ERAU-Prescott)
About NIFA
The National Intercollegiate Flying Association was formed for the purposes of developing and advancing aviation education; to promote, encourage and foster safety in aviation; to promote and foster communications and cooperation between aviation students, educators, educational institutions and the aviation industry; and to provide an arena for collegiate aviation competition. Learn more about NIFA Events and SAFECON

About NAFI -
Founded in 1967 the National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) is an association of nearly 4,000 active flight instructors and is committed to developing excellence in member instructors and member flight training organizations (FTOs). NAFI serves as a voice for flight instruction within the flight training industry and with federal agencies. NAFI members influence active pilots daily; pilots training to advance their skills with new ratings or certificates and students working to become pilots. NAFI members work at FBOs, flight schools, universities, in corporate flight departments, in the military and as independent instructors. NAFI staff works with industry and government on a daily basis and NAFI staff and members help shape direction of flight instruction. For more information visit NAFINet.org or call 866-806-6156.